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  1. #261
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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by pmirish View Post
    Definitely go back for the SAOS. it's at least 20-30 more at shops around me.
    I sell it for $9 more at the distillery! That's a deal.

  2. #262
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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by DeadEye09 View Post
    Passed up a Smooth Ambler Old Scout 10 ($39), and a Bowman Brothers ($29) and John J. Bowman($49)....

    The prices seemed good but I don't know enough about them to pull the trigger (I was already getting some ER and ETL!)

    Any word on the 3 I passed up? I might go back next week.
    Haven't tried the Bowmans but SAOS is fantastic and that is a great price.

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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Woodford Single Malts on sale 2 for $100. Store seems to have bought a boatload when it was first released. Also Stagg Jr. @ $58.

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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by DeadEye09 View Post
    Passed up a Smooth Ambler Old Scout 10 ($39), and a Bowman Brothers ($29) and John J. Bowman($49)....

    The prices seemed good but I don't know enough about them to pull the trigger (I was already getting some ER and ETL!)

    Any word on the 3 I passed up? I might go back next week.
    When I had it, Bowman Bros seems real close to Elmer T. Curious what others think of that one. Seems like a good deal.
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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Passed on a WT Tradition 14yr for $140 (seems like just last year I saw that on the shelves for closer to $100 and left it there). Passed on some other various things, including some AE Rye at $80 (which isn't a bad price, but just didn't want to mess with bringing it back).
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  6. #266

    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by boneuphtoner View Post
    Walked by a couple of pallets worth of CEHT Rye at ~$60 at Costco. Too rich for me....
    Woah. That is a good price but I can't see those selling for a long time. Two pallets is a lot of a relatively obscure product like that.

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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    passed on, yet was gleefully happy to see it sitting on the shelves, a load of Dickel 9 year.

    Id bought all the stock in Louisville last year of the 2013 labeled batch, fearing it'd not be released again. So, Im happy to know that its still being released. I didnt see a price anywhere on it, but I did notice that the Dickel Barrel Select sitting next to it was $45, a good $10 more than it was last time I saw it, so I was afraid to ask about the 9 year pricing, as it was $46 last year, and is now likely $55+


    Didnt see a single bottle of ANY weller label. I wonder if this store told BT what to do with their mandated vodka/bourbon orders
    Think about how stupid the average person is.....then realize that half of them are more stupid than that.

  8. #268
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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    I picked up my first ever Dickel 9-year Barrel Select, it was $55 for me in NJ.

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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    guess it's good that I cleared Louisville of it then, since I draw the line at $50/750!
    Think about how stupid the average person is.....then realize that half of them are more stupid than that.

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    Re: What bourbon did you pass up today? Spring 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by 393foureyedfox View Post
    passed on, yet was gleefully happy to see it sitting on the shelves, a load of Dickel 9 year.

    Id bought all the stock in Louisville last year of the 2013 labeled batch, fearing it'd not be released again. So, Im happy to know that its still being released. I didnt see a price anywhere on it, but I did notice that the Dickel Barrel Select sitting next to it was $45, a good $10 more than it was last time I saw it, so I was afraid to ask about the 9 year pricing, as it was $46 last year, and is now likely $55+


    Didnt see a single bottle of ANY weller label. I wonder if this store told BT what to do with their mandated vodka/bourbon orders
    If it's from diagio and successful, you can count on a significant annual price increase. This year, bulleit, Crown, JW and Bulleit all had big increases.

 

 

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